Woman treated for gunshot wound after dog sets off gun; 911 call audio released

ENID, Okla. - A woman was taken to the hospital after apparently being shot by a dog while waiting for a train in Enid this week.

Just after 2:30 p.m. Thursday, police responded to an accidental shooting call near N. 10th St. and Hemlock.

According to Enid News & Eagle, passenger 44-year-old Tina Springer and driver 79-year-old Brent Parks, both of Nash, were stopped for a train when the incident happened.

Parks' yellow lab was in the backseat of the vehicle when the dog jumped onto the console, causing a gun to discharge and hit Springer in the left thigh. The console had a folding center and a .22 caliber handgun was under it.

Parks took off his belt and used it as to tourniquet to stop the bleeding.

Parks reportedly told police the gun is not normally loaded when he carries it.

Watch the above video to hear audio from the 911 call.

Springer was taken to the hospital to be treated.

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